ArcelorMittal Scholars Program
Funded by ArcelorMittal, the ArcelorMittal Scholars Program fosters education in the area of global leadership and management in emerging markets. These scholarships are primarily merit-based awards for incoming students in the full-time 2Y and 1Y MBA and MMM programs who have a background or demonstrated interest and potential for working in an emerging-market country. The scholarship supports approximately half the tuition for each academic year and includes activities exclusively for ArcelorMittal scholars. No additional application is required.
Donald P. Jacobs International Scholarships
The Jacobs International Scholarships, established by the Dean Emeritus of the Kellogg School, are awarded each year to outstanding international students admitted to the 2Y and MMM Programs. The recipients of the scholarships are awarded $15,000 for each academic year. All admitted international applicants are considered for this merit-based scholarship during the admissions cycle.
The Kellogg School, as well as several corporations and foundations, sponsor a scholarship program to attract candidates who enhance the diversity of our student body. Among the corporate-sponsored scholarships are those offered by Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Merrill Lynch. In addition, the Toigo Foundation awards diversity fellowships at Kellogg. These awards are presented to students who demonstrate academic excellence, career advancement and leadership ability.